Primo: Cancelled; No Season Two for Coming-of-Age Comedy Series on Amazon Freevee

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Primo will not return for a second season. The coming-of-age series, which premiered on Amazon Freevee in May 2023, was ordered in October 2021, when the streamer was known as IMDb TV.

Starring Ignacio Diaz-Silverio, Johnny Rey Diaz, Christina Vidal, Henri Esteve, Martin Martinez, Jonathan Medina, Carlos Santos, Nigel Siwabessy, Efrain Villa, and Stakiah Lynn Washington, the Primo TV series is inspired by the life of co-creator Shea Serrano and follows a young teen being raised by his single mother and five uncles in San Antonio.

Deadline revealed the following about the cancellation of Primo:

The decision to pass on a second season came after lengthy deliberations. While the show’s fate was being decided, the options on the cast were extended twice with the second extension ending this month.

As explained by a source close to production, the executives looked for ways to confirm a second season but were unable to do so.

What do you think? Have you watched the Primo series? Were you hoping for a second season renewal?

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